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Cooling fans dont work

They wont come on. 2005 impala I changed one relay they still dont work

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DID YOU CHECK FAN SWITCH PLUG OUT THE FAN SWITCH THE FAN SHOULD COME ON JUST TO VERIFIY TAKE A WIRE FROM RED(PLUS)+ AND THE OTHER SIDE TO THE PLUS OF THE FAN . IF FAN COMES ON WITH THE WIRE THE FAN SWITCH IS AT FAULT.

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